After the wedding dress itself, a bride’s best accessories are the women standing next to her at the altar. For the prelude to your grand entrance, as well as one of the first style statements of the wedding, it couldn’t be more important to find bridesmaid dresses that set the right tone for your big day.
We asked Jess Levin of Carats & Cake to weigh in on the trends every chic bridal party needs to know. Scroll down to check them out!
When it comes to wedding attire, the line between revealing too much and just enough is razor thin. Incorporating shoulder play is a fun and elegant way for your bridesmaids to show off a little extra skin without crossing the line.
Monique Lhuillier Bridesmaids Pleated One-Shoulder Tulle Trumpet Gown ($350)
To give your bridal party a one-of-a-kind feel, consider mixing and matching your favorite dresses of the season. Start by deciding on a general color palette and combining patterns, textures, and solids to achieve a lovely layered look.
Jessica Simpson Sleeveless Halter-Neck Floral-Print Maxi Dress ($)
Dresses with an element of sparkle ensure your bridesmaids will stand out from the crowd both during and after the ceremony. Select a softer shade so that the effects of the color and the beading combined aren’t overwhelming.
Adrianna Papell Beaded Blouson Halter Gown ($340)
Needle & Thread Sequin-Embellished Crepe and Tulle Gown ($400)
Put a twist on the classic neutral by incorporating a mix of complementary muted colors into your wedding party. Toned-down shades of gunmetal, berry, and blush will blend seamlessly at the altar.
Dresses from Bella Bridesmaids.
For an effortless, universally flattering style, opt for a Grecian gown your girls can easily dance in all night long.
Roland Mouret Silvabella Draped Silk-Satin Gown ($2180)